In 221 BC, teams of craftsmen begin sculpting the terracotta warriors, sculptures which would not be found for nearly 2000 years. In 1974, farmers digging a well near the city of Xi’an (pronounced as “she-yan”), stumbled across 800 infantry, archers, generals, and cavalry, buried in 3 pits. Each statue weighs up to 300 kilograms. Some burial sites of Chinese lords have sacrificial remains surrounding the lords main coffin as it was seen as a great honor to carry forward into the next life with a...
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